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FOX News
Nov 29, 2012 12:00pm PST
at home at fox news, they sent a picture from the white house of the president meeting with mitt romney this afternoon. they visited for an hour over lunch in a private meeting adjacent to the oval office and when there is a winner and a loser in an election, each time it happens, whoever the president is, has whoever he beat into the white house for a talk and each time that happens the people who used to be for the guy who lost are like, well, that is how they are acting today but this happens, consult your history book or your dvr and they are meeting and talking and the president said, mitt romney fixed the olympics and he is a good business hand and i want his input, which really makes sense. anyway, mitt romney congratulated the president for the success of his campaign and wished him well. they made a pledge to stay in town particularly in opportunities to work together or shared interests arise in the future. their lunch menu included kite murkty chili and sworn grilled chicken salad but, back in the day everyone said they didn't like each other, at all, remember? that was the w
FOX News
Nov 28, 2012 12:00pm PST
mitt romney for lunch their first post election meeting. >>shepard: could the split derail things? >>reporter: it could. the president had in the other soundbite a growing number of republicans that are saying, well, maybe they should go back on their pledges to not raise taxes. you have erskine bowles saying, wait, there is a 2-3 chance we will go over the fiscal cliff which will rattle the market. speaker boehner said he doesn't want to go over the cliff but if the president accident put out spending cuts he could be ready. >> we have had a spending crisis coming at us like a freight train. it has to be dealt with. >>reporter: republican senator coburn today said if congress doesn't settle all of this the markets will. what he means, if they cannot figure out this bickering, we are going to see the markets react in a violent way and some of the lawmakers believe congress will come back in session and fix all of this. >>shepard: isn't there is simple way out, ed, tax cuts are going to expire. no one has to do anything. they expire. then republicans don't have to go back on the pl
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